Alana Wright is the daughter of Michael and Lisa Wright. Alana has taken all accelerated classes since freshman year and has received high honors throughout her high school career. Alana has been a part of Student Council since freshman year. She has served as Junior Class President and is currently Senior Class President.
She was chosen as a HOBY Student Ambassador her Sophomore year and attended the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference. In her Junior year, she presented the idea for starting a Mini-THON Club in the high school and served as the student chairperson. This year she holds the position of Senior Chairperson for the Mini-THON Club.
Alana is also a member of SADD, National Honor Society, and Art Club.
Alana is a four year member of the girls’ soccer team and is currently a Senior captain for the team. She is also a member of the girls’ high school lacrosse team.
She has been a member of St. Eulalia’s Youth Group for 7 years and has also studied dance at the Carmel Ardito School of Dance for the past 12 years. She is currently employed at Tasty Swirl and is a soccer referee for local youth and adult leagues. After graduation, Alana plans to attend college to major in Animation and Graphic Design.
Camryn Kuchak is a 12th grade student who lives in Gouldsboro with his father, Terrance Kuchak. He is attending CTC for the third consecutive year in the carpentry trade program. He will be working on his OSHA 10 this year along with other industry recognized certifications. Camryn has a 90 average in his program area and is on track to become a member of National Technical Honor Society.
Camryn's teacher, Mr. Malikey, describes him as an eager learner, always trying, asking for help when needed and offering help to his fellow students.
Camryn was featured in an article by WNEP last year after attending and participating in a job fair/mock interview run by the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the University of Scranton.
After graduation, Camryn plans on taking a year off to work on various carpentry projects, then attending Johnson College. Some of Camryn’s favorite projects have included wooden rings, spice rack, a recipe box, a music speaker, and a clock. In addition Camryn lost his mom, Angel, in 2016. He is extremely proud of the wooden urn box he made to hold his mother’s ashes.
Sarah Sposito is the daughter of John and Linda Sposito. Within her course load of various accelerated classes includes 3 AP courses in her senior year making a total of 6 in her high school career. Sarah currently enjoys elective courses such as Journalism, show choir and Chorus. Additionally, Sarah served as the Public Relations officer of Mini-THON’S first year, is currently the President of the North Pocono Odyssey Players having performed in various school plays and musicals including Lucky Stiff, Our Town, and West Side Story, and served as Secretary with the Choir.
Currently, she serves as Student Council Executive President with consecutive years of Student Council representative, Class President, and Executive Treasurer. Sarah started out on the tennis court at age four playing recreationally, and has played on the varsity team since her Freshman year. She has earned 2 bronze medals in doubles, a silver for Team Districts, and brought home the gold in District 2/4 doubles earning her spot in states(a first in NP history). Last Year, she was featured on WNEP’s segment “Girl Power” for her career in tennis and in school.
She has maintained high honors throughout High School, currently ranks 13th in her class, and has been a member of the National Honor Society for 3 consecutive years. Sarah was among one of five winners nationwide of a Scholastic Writing Award.
She is currently employed at Big Bass Lake as a lifeguard. Sarah enjoyed her time studying at the School of Creative and Performing Arts in New York City with classes in screenwriting and film, and hopes to pursue a career as a screenwriter for television.